Villa Dirce Hotel

At the Villa Dirce Hotel, you’ll enjoy gorgeous views of Lake Garda. The hotel’s rounded pool is perched on an elevated terrace, so you have beautiful views across the resort and the lake. After a busy day of exploring, it’s also great to jump in the whirlpool. If you’re staying at the hotel for the day, loungers and parasols are available for sunbathing.

Breakfasts and dinners are served in the restaurant. Plus, afternoon tea and biscuits is served for half-board guests, and there’s a weekly speciality dinner.

Overview of Limone

Stays in Limone are all about the gorgeous scenery, and holidays to this idyllic cliffside resort include panoramic views as standard. Whether you’re gazing out over the mountains, viewing your reflection in the lake or strolling along the promenade, you’ll reach for your camera at every turn.

Limone is an incredibly popular location for holidays to Lake Garda. The town has a rich history to uncover and it’s easy to explore in the nearby mountain ranges, as they’re peppered with nature trails. For relaxing days, sun-kissed beaches await.

Things to do in Limone

The Villa Dirce Hotel is in a perfect position on the cliffs above Limone, so it’s a great base for exploring the nearby area. If you want to reach the resort centre, the hotel runs a shuttle bus you can use for a small charge, or you can stretch your legs on a gentle 25-minute walk.

There’s a peaceful atmosphere in the centre of Limone, and you can spend relaxing days wandering through the cobbled streets. Plus, the waterfront cafes are the perfect places to enjoy an ice-cold spritz.

Down on the waterfront, you can place your towel down on the beach, take a walk on the promenade, enjoy a dip or jump on a ferry and explore.

The possibilities are endless in Limone and you’ll fall in love with the town’s effortless charm and dramatic scenery.


Resort Summary

Perched on a rocky cliff with sweeping views across Lake Garda and the Monte Baldo mountain, Limone is renowned for its spectacular surroundings. The town has a peaceful atmosphere, where relaxed days can be spent wandering around the cobbled streets, admiring the geranium-covered buildings and sipping an ice-cold spritz in a waterfront café.

Limone is also famous for its fragrant lemon groves that line the surrounding hills. Visitors on holiday to Italy can learn about the town’s intriguing history of cultivating citrus fruits at the Lemon Museum and garden, while there’s also the chance to take home a unique lemon-themed souvenir from one of the many gift shops.